- Improve FreeRTOS coredump processing
- Fix an issue where duplicates appeared in Globals and Statics tab
- Improve response times for the API
Coredump Processing Status
Easily know which coredumps were recently uploaded, if they experienced any errors, and which Issue they were attached to.
Memfault now has support for accepting and parsing coredumps from a device running ChibiOS. It will recover threads, thread state, and global and static variables.
Quickly share your ideas and analysis on particular Issues by using the new comments feature.
Search for Cohorts by Name
Quickly find the Cohort you're looking for by searching.
This update is all about an improved Issue / Trace viewing experience. With these new features, we are confident you'll be able to track down bugs faster than ever.
It is now faster to view the Events browser when filtering by Devices and Cohorts.
Memfault will now re-open an Issue if it is seen on a newer version than when it was last resolved. This helps teams find when Issues are not actually fixed!
You can now specify per Cohort when Devices are able to update. If you only want to update Devices on the weekends, now you can! Find the new settings in the Cohort Settings card.
June 20th, 2019
Cohort/Release/Hardware Distributions for Issues
On an Issue Detail page, it is now possible to view the Distribution of all Traces which led to an Issue grouped by Release, Cohort, and Hardware Version. No more guessing which groups of Devices were affected!